A “Japanese Brand”: Craftmanship Inherited through Many Generations
A pop-up event featuring Japanese fine crafts is being held at gallery de kasuga (gdk) in Omotesando from May 1 through May 30. In advance of that, gdk held a reception to introduce and promote Japan brands to international market.
Six fine products curated from all over Japan were on display. These were ASAHIYAKI pottery, Laurett’s pens, DOMYO Japanese braiding, SUSgallery metalworks, HAKUICHI gold leaf, and hide k 1896 carbon-based textiles.
Gdk aims to establish a “Japanese brand,” for which Dr. Kasuga Hideyuki curated the high-quality crafts and organized the event.
Many of these creators are proud of a long history, and their expert craftmanship has been inherited and maintained for many generations.
gallery de kasuga
Path Omotesando A 1F
5-6-5 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku,